Can i get into Davis with a's and b's ap classes sports clubs and volunteering at a local hospital?
yes you can all you have to do is make sure you keep your grades up!
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Answer . In Honors:. A-5.0 and B-4.0. In Regular:. A:4.0 and B-3.0. -So you got a 3.83. Go head with your bad self:) Keep up the good work!!!
Very Good Grades... Especially the a's keep this up
I guess, as a percentage of total letters, words like babble, and able have to go close?
It depends. In order to calculate the GPA, you have to know how many credits the student attempted, and number of credits of each course, the grade of each course which indica…tes the number of quality points for each course. You total the number of quality points and divide that by the number of credits attempted. Thus, there is not way to tell based on the information you have provided. I can say this though, it will be a very good GPA!
Well i dont know because im from banning i think i answered ur question a b and c's only 2 c's though
Hey, A's and B's is honor roll with an exception of one c. Most of the time A's and B's are the key to getting honor roll. So if you have A's and B's with that one little …c you still can have honor roll. i hope this helped you, good luck
Since he has a 4.0 GPA he probably has straight A's.
If all your classes are standard (4.0 quality points for an A), then your GPA is as follows: 2 A's = 4 x 2 = 8 points 3 B's = 3 x 3 = 9 points 8 + 9 = 17 points 17 /… 5 credits attempted 3.4 GPA
most probably you would get a 5-10 op
Neil Armstrong got straight A's on every thing he knew like science, math and thats all I know.
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They could average to A or B depending on whether they are high As and high Bs or low As and low Bs or a mixture.
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Is collegiate high school hard would you recommend it for a kid with only a's and some b's or also a kid with some a's b's and c's in advanced classes i am in 8th grade and i get some a's b's and 1 c?
If you want it and work at it, you can do it.
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I think it depends on the number of course credits or credit hourseach course is worth. If they all have the same value, then ofcourse the GPA would be directly between 4 & 3:… 3.50 (assuminga scale of 0 to 4).